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Mercedes-Benz gears up for logo showdown

24-04-2023Muireann Bolger

A dispute over the luxury brand’s 114-year-old logo has led to questions concerning the strength of such marks when it comes to alleged crossover products in new markets, finds Muireann Bolger.

AI strikes back: the ongoing wrangle between developers and creators

21-04-2023Muireann Bolger

As Stability AI, Midjourney, and DeviantArt retaliate against a lawsuit as well as their critics, Muireann Bolger delves into the febrile debate surrounding this technology and IP rights.

Green energy innovation: how the UK is placed be a leader

UK21-04-2023Giles Pinnington, David Murray and Tomas Karger

Ahead of Earth Day on April 22, lawyers at Marks & Clerk examine the IP incentives in place to enable innovation in technologies that could help drive the green energy revolution.

Q&A: counsel for Lidl on its trademark victory over Tesco

UK20-04-2023Sarah Speight

In a trademark and copyright battle between two supermarket brands, discount store Lidl took on ‘big gun’ Tesco and won. Counsel for Lidl, Ewan Grist of Bird & Bird, tells us more.

Ransom litigation: the tech giants taking on 'payday' trademark suits

UK19-04-2023Sarah Speight

A boutique video editing company tried to sue TikTok for trademark infringement—and lost. Sarah Speight asks: should we be surprised?

A game changer for Poland preliminary injunctions

Poland18-04-2023Agnieszka Sztoldman

Poland has just introduced new rules for granting injunction relief for IP infringements. Agnieszka Sztoldman of Osborne Clarke explains the takeaways.

The future of NFTs and trademarks

UK13-04-2023ApparelKerry Russell

Hermès v Rothschild represents the start of a litigation trend and UK brands must take note, says Kerry Russell of Shakespeare Martineau.

Plant variety rights: UK holders must act

EU, UK12-04-2023Alice Smart and Simon Bradbury

An important post-Brexit deadline for UK holders of Retained EU Plant Variety Rights is approaching, explain Alice Smart and Simon Bradbury of Appleyard Lees.

Libya’s temporary suspension of trademark registrations by foreign applicants

Africa, Libya11-04-2023Inês Monteiro Alves and Sofia Araújo

The new political approach of Libya’s trade ministry is creating yet more barriers to foreign investment, says Inês Monteiro Alves and Sofia Araújo of Inventa.

InterDigital v Lenovo: the key takeaways

UK06-04-2023Tess Waldron

The decision revealed plenty about how FRAND disputes may play out while cementing the UK as an alternative European venue, says Tess Waldron of Powell Gilbert.

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